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Adams Morgan Partnership
1640 Columbia Road, NW
Formed in 2005, the Adams Morgan Partnership is a nonprofit organization that provides daily street cleaning, fun neighborhood events, safety programs and creative marketing initiatives to enliven and promote the neighborhood.
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African American Civil War Memorial
1925 Vermont Avenue, NW
The mission of the African American Civil War Museum is to correct a great wrong in history that largely ignored the enormous contributions of the 209,145 members of the United States Colored Troops. It tells the stories and preserves for posterity the historic roles these brave men of African, European, and Hispanic descent played in ending slavery and keeping America united under one flag.
| || African American Heritage Preservation Foundation (AAHPF) |
420 7th Street, NW, Suite 501
The AAHPF is dedicated to the preservation of African American history and historical sites. AAHPF has been primarily engaged in activities that include the preservation, maintenance, and awareness of endangered or little-known African American historical sites in the Southern and Mid-Atlantic Regions.
| || Alliance Francaise de Washington D.C. |
420 7th Street, NW, Suite 501
Alliance Française is the largest and oldest network of French language and cultural centers in the world. It is dedicated to promoting French language and francophone culture in order to foster relationships between people of all nationalities, ethnicity, and backgrounds.
| || American Institute of Architects, DC Chapter |
421 7th Street, NW
Founded in 1887, the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects serves the Nation's Capital, functioning as both the "local" and "state" component of the AIA for the District of Columbia. The Chapter was intimately involved in the design and planning of Washington, and continues to play an active role in city development today.
| || American Red Cross |
430 17th Street, NW
The American Red Cross in the National Capital Region seeks to fulfill on a regional level the American Red Cross mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. We are guided by seven fundamental principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity, and universality.
| || American Society of Landscape Architects |
636 Eye Street, NW
Landscape architects analyze, plan, design, manage, and nurture the built and natural environments. Landscape architects have a significant impact on communities and quality of life. They design parks, campuses, streetscapes, trails, plazas, and other projects that help define a community.
| || Austrian Cultural Forum Washington DC |
3524 International Court, NW
The Austrian Cultural Forum Washington was created with the objective of serving as a focus of cultural exchange between Austrians/Europeans and Americans. It is an agency of the Austrian Ministry for European and International Affairs and integrated into the Austrian Embassy in Washington, DC.
| || Chamber Dance Project |
700 12th Street, NW
Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians, is a company of professional artists dedicated to redefining contemporary ballet in partnership with live music in intimate settings heightening the impact on audiences. We are dedicated to sharing our art and exposing it to a diverse audience not otherwise afforded the opportunity.
| || The Choral Arts Society of Washington |
5225 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 603
The mission of the Choral Arts Society of Washington is the pursuit of excellence in choral repertoire and performance, and the commitment to promote and share the art of choral music through education and public outreach.
| || Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum |
437 7th Street, NW
Visitors will follow in the footsteps of soldiers and surgeons as they explore the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. From recruitment to camp life, the battlefield to the hospital, visitors will learn about the harsh conditions and brilliant innovations of Civil War medicine, innovations that continue to save lives as the basis of our trauma care system today.
| || Cultural DC |
1835 14th Street, NW
CulturalDC sees the arts as a driving force in building sustainable communities. We provide a wide range of programs and services that support artists' ability to live and work in the city. We give audiences access to affordable and accessible cutting-edge visual and performing art from artists living and working today.
| || Culturfied Foundation |
500 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Culturfied Foundation is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural understanding by promoting the richness, variety and originality of every culture through the platform of arts, education, special events and interactive online community of registered members from around the world.
| || DAR Museum |
1776 D Street, NW
The DAR, founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.
| || DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative |
923 F Street, NW, #303
The DC Collaborative, in partnership with our members, advances access to learning opportunities in the arts and humanities for all DC public and public charter school students.
| || DC Building Industry Association |
650 F Street, NW, Suite 690
DCBIA's vision is to help make Washington, DC a vibrant city that is meeting significant challenges to be a livable, competitive and thriving community for all. We build leaders, community, economy, and partnerships for our vibrant city through rich programs, networking and advocacy.
| || DC By Foot |
1740 18th Street, NW, Suite 304
DC by Foot is pleased to present free and name-your-own-price Washington DC tours. On our guided tours, you choose how much the tour was worth after your tour is over, encouraging your guide to provide a memorable experience. We offer sightseeing tours of Washington DC, including Georgetown and Arlington National Cemetery.
| || DC Chamber of Commerce |
1133 21st Street, NW, Suite M200
The DC Chamber has a distinguished past in Washington, DC, providing critical leadership and a history of equality of opportunity for member businesses.
With regional, national and global reach, DC Chamber members reflect the diversity and prosperity of the District of Columbia's robust business community, from tech startups to Fortune 500 corporations.
| || DC Preservation League |
1221 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 5A
The mission of the DC Preservation League is to preserve, protect, and enhance the historic and built environment of Washington, DC, through advocacy and education.